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Solis R's SoberTexas Podcast
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AA.ChristopherS.Alcoholics Anonymous.Recovery.SoberTexas.Solis R
January 22, 2011 09:48 PM PST
This is a speak in 2008 at the San Diego Feeling Good. To solve potential confusion, I had a name change in 2010. I'm now Solis R, formerly Christopher S. So, I introduce myself here as Christopher S.AA.Brenda J.Alcoholics Anonymous.Recovery.River City Round Up.Sacramento.2006.Solis R
December 20, 2010 09:07 PM PST
Here's one of my favorite speakers from 2006, Brenda J of Texas. One of those people who's gifted enough to evoke laughter and tears. God's definitely blessed her with the ability to effectively carry a message.AA.Eric C.Alcoholics Anonymous.Recovery.SoberTexas.Solis R
December 20, 2010 08:29 PM PST
One of the dearest folks I know. Eric, who we know as the "happy alcoholic" because.. well, he is! One of those rare folks who genuinely comes in, grabs the book and runs with it. Such a joy to see someone come in, and do all that's asked. Originally from West Virginia, we tease him about being a coal miners daughter. He always takes our joking very well. Certainly a sign of someone who is very comfortable with themselves, and their higher power. We love him.AA.Rob F.D.Alcoholics Anonymous.Recovery.SoberTexas.Solis R
November 29, 2010 08:24 PM PST
Here's someone who has become one of my best friends in sobriety. Funny thing about Facebook. I saw folks were congratulating him through mutual friends and found out it was because he was celebrating a milestone in sobriety. I invited him to come visit and share his story in Austin. The rest is history.
We all came to love him right away. After you listen, you might know why. He's such a great guy.AA.Tina H.Alcoholics Anonymous.Recovery.SoberTexas.Solis R.
November 20, 2010 09:41 AM PST
Here's a great woman who has an amazing story of a life of legal problems and cross addiction.Al-Anon.Solis R.AlAnon.Recovery.SoberTexas.Solis R.
November 20, 2010 09:50 AM PST
Here's an Al-Anon talk from Sacramento, CA 2010.AA.Alicia P.Alcoholics Anonymous.Recovery.SoberTexas.Solis R.
November 20, 2010 09:42 AM PST
Here's a woman I met in Texas. She was gracious enough to come to our home group for a visit and brought her message of recovery. It's great to see her around town and run into her at other groups. One of the benefits of meeting new people in the rooms.AA.Desha M.Alcoholics Anonymous.Recovery.SoberTexas.Solis R.
October 20, 2010 08:28 PM PDT
Desha is a member of our fellowship. She had 27 years as of this recording and is a fixture around town driving on her blue "Scooter". We love her and she always has something zany to say. This makes her a treat to be around and we love her.
Here's a collection of speakers I have. They are really terrific folks who carry a great message of hope for those recovering from addiction.
You can always contact me to say howdy. Especially if you're going to be in Austin, Texas.
I'm just another person who's living in Texas. This is a collection of some of my friends. No one is identified by full name in keeping with our tradition of anonymity. And, if you recognize who they are, we ask you respect that and not disclose either. Thank you.
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